The title takes off from my blog Studies in a Dying Culture(July 2007 - ), with a precedent in a talk I gave at the American Philosophical Association in December, 1988. The title originates in the work of Christopher Caudwell (1907-1937), autodidactic philosopher and cultural critic and martyr of the Spanish Civil War.
Click on the title link above for the summaries and sound files of the installments in this series. A few, not all links, to sound files, are found below.
5/10/10 Flatness and Depth in Life and Thought, Ralph Dumain & Fred Mohr interviewed by Richard Wicka, 10 May 2010, for ThinkTwiceRadio (see abstract). First of ongoing podcast program.
6/7/10 Centennial of the International Esperanto Congress of 1910 in Washington DC
7/19/10 A Dying Culture, Raggedy Poets, a Farewell to Martin Gardner, and the Historical Trajectory of Secular Humanism
10/18/10 Manny Frieds memoir published / Science, Religion & the Black community: symposia at Howard University
5/22/11 Theorizing Social Paranoia
R. Dumain: Promo for podcast Theorizing Social Paranoia (22 May 2011)
(Windows Media Player)
5/6/12 The Utopian Vision of Sándor Szathmári
11/17/12 Atheism & Humanism as Bourgeois Ideology
5/3/13 The Contributions of Esperanto to World Culture: Parts 1 & 2
9/7/13 The Contributions of Esperanto to World Culture: Part 3: The Esperanto-Hungarian Literary Connection (Continued)
Here are related audio and video programs recorded at the Home of the Future in Buffalo, New York:
Ralph Dumain interviewed by Jim Pray, Buffalo, NY, 4 June 2006 (audio)
(topics: The Autodidact Project, poetry)
"As Long as You Are Still Breathing": Five Minutes with Ralph Dumain (video)
(Part One: Being Disappointed; Part Two: Old Edna)
Other audio files and videos offsite in which I am featured can be found on my External Links page.
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